In the 2021-2027 programming period, we will allocate our budget through open calls for project proposals.
Second call for projects
The second call will open from 15 March to 9 June 2023.
The documents in the application pack, including the terms of reference and the application form template, will be available to download soon.
Below, you can find the old documents from the first call for information only.
Applicant news and events
Recording from the networking event on CONNECTED, CITIZENS and GOVERNANCEThe fourth session of our series of online networking events on 1 December was dedicated to the topic of 'connected', 'citizens', and 'governance'. Watch the recording, get the presentation and check out project ideas shared during the event.
Increase your chances of finding the right project partnerDiscover how making small changes to your profile can make your partner search more efficient. And read our tips and tricks to make the most of our online tools.
Interreg Europe: cooperation for smarter, greener and more inclusive regionsWatch our EURegionsWeek session recording for insights on what Interreg Europe is all about.
Get ready for the second callA series of thematic online networking events will pave the way to our second call. Register now to find project partners, share project ideas, and start preparing your next cooperation adventure.
List of calls
Download an overview of the calls planned for the 2021-2027 funding period. This information is preliminary and subject to approval by our monitoring committee.
How do calls work?
For each call, we publish:
- Terms of reference, which set out the specific criteria we are looking for;
- And an opening and closing date for the call.
Outside of these dates it is not possible to apply for funding.
Applications must be submitted online through the Interreg Europe portal.
We will make the system available before the call opens, so you can register and start preparing your application, but the submit button will only be active during the open call.
The programme's Monitoring Committee decides which projects to approve. Documents for the clarification and complain procedure are available below.
What do our projects do?
We support interregional cooperation projects.
Our projects bring together policy organisations from at least three different countries in the 27 EU member states, Norway and Switzerland. For four years, they learn from each other and work together on a shared policy issue.
The lessons they learn lead to better regional policies and a more sustainable economic, social and environmental impact on the ground for the people and the places they serve.
We support projects in five thematic EU priorities and one non-thematic issue on better governance:
We aim to improve regional policies through capacity building in all of these topics.
The co-financing rate
The average total budget per project is 1-2 MEUR:
- EU member state partners receive up to 80% of project activities;
- Private non-profit organisations can receive 70% of their cost refunded;
- Partners from Norway receive 50% funds;
- Switzerland manages the funding of its partners directly.
Develop your project idea
We recommend you take the time to develop your project idea before you apply for funding. Use these tools and make sure your project idea is relevant to our programme.
Use our self-assessment tool to make sure your project idea is relevant to our programme.
Search through our 2014-2020 approved projects and the project ideas of other community members for ideas relevant to you.
Upload your own idea to our website, share it with the community and find partners.